Hitting Up the Halloween Queen Back to Blog

Hi, everyone! So, if you follow me on Twitter, you know that I am a crazy Martha Stewart fan. Maybe it’s because I’m not really crafty or because I can’t really cook…but when holidays roll around, I have to watch my Martha. She gives me tips and makes me believe I *can* be crafty (and I am going to try one of her recent tips later today). So, today, I’m turning over my site to Martha (okay, not really, but wouldn’t it be crazy awesome if she were guest blogging?).

First up…let’s take a quiz.  Courtesy of the Martha Stewart site, find out just how well you know America’s Most Haunted Sites.

Not sure what you should be for Halloween? Martha knows. Take her quiz and find out.

Want some scary make-up for Halloween? Again, Martha has you covered with how-to tips.

Want some graveyard ghosts to turn your yard into a full-on scarefest?    Want the kiddies to decorate pumpkins–without a carving mess?

And, dude, having a party? Then here are some free online invitations for you.

It’s Martha madness, and I love it!

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15 responses to “Hitting Up the Halloween Queen”

  1. Lynn Rush says:

    There must be so many doing the quiz, it wouldn’t work for me. I lay kinda low on Halloween, but would LOVE to do a masquerade ball—to dress up, then be “hidden” is kinda cool!!

    Great post here!

  2. desiree says:

    Masquerade ball would be awesome that was a good idea Lynn. My kids are doing a Halloween roller sakting thing next week.
    I would love to a visit to a cemetary. That would be scary but fun at the same time.

  3. Brandy says:

    I am the least crafty person I know. And Martha is rather intimidating. However, I do watch her Holiday specials. *g*

  4. Valerie says:

    Great links. I’m going Halloween recipe hunting for a party I am going to…a haunted yard party….muahahaha!!!

    I tried to take a quiz…but only got to question four when it wouldn’t work anymore.

    Oh well….

    in Germany

  5. Edie Ramer says:

    My husband will probably be hunting on Halloween. I’ll be home handing out candy and holding back the dogs to keep them from bolting after the kids, knocking them down and stealing their candy. (Hey, I think this could be a scene in a book…)

  6. sue brandes says:

    I love seeing all the Halloween costumes the kids wear. Thanks for all the links. Lots of great ideas.

  7. Diane Sadler says:

    I tried the quiz for what I should be but it stopped at question four and would not go further. Oh well! I tried.

  8. Michele says:

    Thanks Cynthia for all the cool links… have you seen Martha’s Halloween line of decorations? My Aunt loves her and gave me a subscription to her magazine and in this month’s issue it highlights the line. Some pretty neat things :)

  9. Denise T. says:

    I would love to go to a masquerade ball, that would be so cool to dress up all fancy and hide behind a mask!
    My husband and son go hunting this time of year every chance they get, and we never get any trick or treaters, I think between the Beware of Dog signs and area we live in nobody ever comes! All the kids go to parties or the fancier neighborhoods.